On Sun, April 22, 2012 1:52 pm, Robin Gareus wrote:
Funny that no one brought it up until now...
>>> Currently there is no flow of money in or out of linuxaudio.org - it's
I don't see how one of the most successful Linux companies that makes the
bulk of it's money from advertising is off topic in a thread about the
value of advertising to Linux Audio. Maybe I am missing something?
>> Would you prefer Redhat not to advertise and promote to allow them to
And does that apply to all other Linux companies or are you just biased
>> What about Ardour and Harrison or even Trinity Audio Group? Should they
Possibly not any longer but there was a period where Google ads were being
run against the Ardour project.
>> What about all the trade shows where the sole purpose of such events is
So, how do you justify that one then? The sole purpose of the event is for
marketing but you are averse to that? I'm not sure why you enjoy that
experience. Maybe it's a French masochistic thing?
>> And then we have DJ's, musicians and event promoters. Should they all
Ahh yes, and let us not forget the movie industry. I suppose the creator
of xjadeo does not support the movie industry too?
>> An least we forget about all the medical, scientific and other
Or perhaps the money spent by the entire IT industry is enough to sway you?
>> Do you really think it is a reasonable policy for the Linux Audio
Hence the request for clarification of Policy. Instead all I get is a knee
jerk reaction and irrational prejudice. Hardly conducive to making
>> Do the other members of this community feel so strongly too? That
So a policy that sets clear guidelines is completely out of the question?
Is it simply in the "Too Hard" basket?
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